June L. Cannady, 97, of Marshall, IL passed away 4:06 AM Sunday, October 25, 2020 at her home surrounded by her family. She was born June 1, 1923 at Snyder, IL, the daughter of Fred and Esther Schaefer Strohm who preceded her in death. She is survived by her children, Gordon (Kitty) Cannady of Pleasant Plains, OH, Loren Dale (Carol) Cannady , Georgia Jean Cannady, Kenny (Penny) Cannady , Elaine (Glen) Shoemaker, Judy Johnson and Paul (Amy) Cannady all of Marshall, IL; grandchildren, Emily Cannady, Roy (Kristy) Cannady, Barbara (James) Streck, John Paul (Teresa) Cannady, Patty “Sissy” Zerrusen (Jeff), Shawn (Valarie) Stover, Sara Tingley and friend Bill, Jeff (Amy) Murphy, Gayle (Jay) Rayhel, Carrie (Scott) Miller, Clinton Murphy, Lori (Rob) Stewart, Lanie (Mitch) Brown, Jacob (Jessica) Cannady, Abby (Eric) Adamski and Logan Cannady; thirty- seven great grandchildren; 20 great great grandchildren; several nieces and nephews and her little dog, Max.. She was also preceded in death by the father of her children Leon Cannady; a son, Virgil Lorren Cannady; a grandson, William Henry Cannady; a great-grandson, Christian Martin Higgins; a sister Vera Raisner and a brother Warren Strohm. June’s entire life revolved around her children and their families who were devoted to her as well. She retired from Charles Industries in 1988. She enjoyed gardening, canning, quilting, and joining in various home projects with her children. She loved cooking and welcomed anyone and everyone at her table. She relied on God’s love and protection and had been attending the Congregational Church of Marshall. A public visitation will be 3:00 to 7:00 PM Thursday, October 29, at Pearce Funeral Home. A private funeral service will be held Friday at 1:00 PM at Pearce Funeral Home with Pastor Tim Duke officiating. Burial will be in Harrison Cemetery , rural West Union. Memorial contributions may be made to Rescue Me Clifford or to the Harrison Cemetery Association. IN KEEPING WITH ILLINOIS STATE MANDATES DUE TO COVID-19 PANDEMIC, EVERYONE IS ASKED TO BE PATIENT AND ABIDE BY THE STATE REGULATION OF 50 VISITORS ALLOWED INSIDE OF THE FUNERAL HOME AT ONE TIME. EVERYONE IS WELCOMED, BUT IT IS REQUESTED THAT THOSE IN ATTENDANCE KEEP THEIR VISIT SHORT SO THAT ALL WHO WISH TO PAY THEIR RESPECTS WILL BE ABLE TO DO SO. IT IS A STATE REQUIREMNT THAT ALL THOSE IN ATTENDANCE WEAR FACE COVERINGS. Online condolences are being accepted at pearcefuneralservices.com.